TULSA - The First Baptist Church of Tulsa approves a master plan for its expanding campus.
Ever since church officials decided to stay in downtown a decade ago, work has been done on a few projects.
The purchase of the old Southwestern Bell building a couple of years ago created even more room.
Long-term projects in the master plan include several new additions, even a children's center.
"A big part of this process is serving children to make sure they have the resources they need to grow with their relationship with God," said FBC Pastor Deron Spoo.
The master plan's projects carry a price tag of $18 million, but Spoo said the projects would be completed over several years.
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